With ceramic sculpture and installations, Constance McBride explores issues most experienced by women via themes of aging, identity and memory. Notable exhibitions include a Contemporary Forum Grant Recipients Show at Phoenix Art Museum, the inaugural Clay Houston Biennial at the Jung Center in Houston, TX, the 21st International Ceramics Competition at San Angelo Museum of Art in TX, Craft Forms at Wayne Art Center in Wayne, PA, The Clay Studio National in Philadelphia, PA and Beyond the Brickyard at Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Helena, MT. Currently living and working outside of Philadelphia, she teaches classes at Clay on Main in Oley, PA and is actively involved with art communities in and around the Delaware Valley. McBride earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Arcadia University, Glenside, PA.
A variety of wall tiles titled Memory Fragments are all about the thoughts we tell ourselves and stories we share with others via recollections pulled from the corners of the mind. Surface treatments include layers of sgrafittoed text. Words are power. They give strength to a piece, and when combined with gesture they elucidate experience. Colorants include under glazes, stains, oxides and graphite.
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